B.V. Rec: Have breakfast with Santa at Fruitvale Hall

Stop by the Fruitvale Memorial Hall on Saturday morning to enjoy breakfast with Santa!

Breakfast with Santa is on Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the Fruitvale Memorial Hall.  Bring the kids for pictures with Santa and enjoy a pancake, egg, and sausage breakfast cooked by the Fruitvale Firemen and served by the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.  Small breakfast $3 and large breakfast $5. All proceeds will be donated to the Fruitvale Community Chest to help with Food Hampers in the Valley.

Kids Christmas Light Tour will be on Dec. 15.  The Nitehawks bus will pick you up at the Beaver Valley Arena parking lot at 6 p.m. and enjoy a ride into Trail to see the best lit spots. Treats and a photo with Santa to follow. $5.  Children must be 4 years old or older.

Seniors Christmas Light Tour goes Dec. 16.  Join the trip around town to see the best lit spots.  A bus will pick you up and return you to your pickup location B.V. Manor 6 p.m., Mountainside Village 6:10 p.m. and Montrose Hall 6:25 p.m.  After the tour, we’ll stop for coffee/hot chocolate and a sweet at the Beaver Valley Manor.  Cost is $5 per person.  Call Kelly at 367-9319 for more info.

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